Find a Yoga Class
Small Group Classes and Individual Classes for Children and Families
Small class sizes with targeted skills or one on one private sessions are available to meet your needs. Yoga can help with mood regulation, sensory integration, hyperactivity and many other issues.
Bring your small group or book a private session.
Great for sports teams, home school groups, families, caregivers and students.
Our Yoga Tribe. Our Family. Our Community
Omtastic Yoga develops life skills through non-competitive activities, bringing families together in a fun and engaging environment.
Yoga for children is a wonderful tool to help kids learn mindfulness, breath work, healthy movement and strategies to keep physically and emotionally healthy. Through yoga poses, activities, age-appropriate games, songs and teamwork, yoga for kids teaches focus, concentration, social-emotional skills, and a healthy lifestyle.
What Our Students are Saying
I had so much fun taking teacher training with Omtastic. I learned so much that I was able to bring into the classes I teach for any age and in my own home. My favorite part was the people. Lenora and Jan are so knowledgeable and accepting. They were very down to earth which made it more fun and comfortable than your typical training.
– Meghan M.
Jan is so compassionate and is working with the kiddos on learning to love self. This is huge as they don’t get enough of this in a community setting. She has also educated them on the value of loving the community and the earth. I have respect for her devotion to children’s yoga.
– Rachelle M.
My daughter (4 at the time), mother and law and myself participated in a family class about two years ago with Ms Jan and she was fabulous and we all loved it.
– Cynthia C.
Yoga makes me happy and helps me be no so angry!
What I like about yoga is I can kinda just leave my emotion in a safe place and don’t worry about my emotions and just do my coping skills like when I do candlestick all my emotions are everywhere so when I lift my legs up my emotions just kinda ooze out of my body then I’m more focused on yoga than my emotions. -third grader